I'm all for leaving it up to the parents. In that respect, yes, showing it on a broadcast television station was wrong.
My big issue is with the amount of uproar this has caused, when images of violence are viewed by people young and old every day on television, and that seems "OK" with everyone. Just seems like peoples priorities on what's important to protect their children from really needs to be looked at.
One last thing, and I'm done. Promise.
If it turns out that CBS knew about this "stunt", and allowed it to go on, I'll be boycotting CBS from here forward. This is the same station that refused to show a policital ad during the 1/2 time show, because it didn't fit in with their political agenda. They used the excuse that it was too controversial. If you've seen the ad, it's one of the most vanilla political ads I've ever seen.
OK...I'm done. Next 'OFF TOPIC' subject...